Psycho Film Analysis

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While watching the movie Psycho I found many different things that in today 's society is not acceptable or it 's not practiced anymore. The first thing I noticed was there is a man that will purchase a house for his 18 year old daughter, and the man looks very happy that his daughter is getting married. In today 's world, at least in America very few slightly 18 year old get marry we rarely see that happen. Times have changed the majority of the part couples get married at older age late 20 's early 30 's, after finishing their careers. The third thing I notice was when the women gets pulled over by a sheriff and the sheriff politely asks the woman what was going on why was she parked on the side of the road. The woman replies saying she…show more content…
The speech patterns have changed a lot as in the tone and pronunciation, women would sound a bit more sweet and would add a tone vs. Today we speak faster plain, maybe louder and exciteful. The soundtrack music of the film is just instruments playing, violens, drums, trumpets and other music instruments. In todays films we have a diverse of songs playing. Back in the day men and women wouldn’t rebel towards their parents regardless what age they were. They will have a lot of respect towards their elders. The setting of the film is taken place at a motel named Bates. The rooms have changed like for example the walls at that time wallpaper were used for the walls and today you hardly see that unless you are an antique person. I believe this movie was selected top film because, it is to good of a movie for that time era, I enjoyed it myself! Its entertaining I love drama movies so that’s my personal opinion, I don’t mind the black and white. I usually find black and white films boring but not this
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